Ibrampur is a small picturesque village situated on the bank of river Tirali, a sweet water river which is quite rare in Goa. There is a small agricultural island, Zuar, opposite to the village. The Sal Dam on river Tirali adds to the landscape of the village. The lush green fields, splendid view of the Western Ghats from St. Vincent Pallotti Chapel, flocks of peacock roaming further enhances the aesthetic appeal. It is a perfect day long getaway for the nature lovers.
Bamboo handicraft is integral to the lives of the people of Ibrampur. The traditional craft items like Supli (used to screen and separate grains), Pantulo (small basket), Coro (mat for covering the roof), Londe (lidless box) are used in their daily lives and religious activities. These crafts will make great souvenirs for visitors.
Ibrampur can boast of its rich folk dance traditions like Dhalo and Fugdi performed by women and Ghoremorni performed by men.